Jul 21, 2016
This talk was originally delivered Rob Kerry, Co-founder of Ayima at April 2016’s BrightonSEO Conference. [caption id="attachment_1422" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Rob Kerry is the Chief Strategy Officer of Ayima, a specialist Search Marketing agency which he co-founded in 2007. Rob has been involved in SEO for over 15 years, being among the first UK voices in the industry under his cheeky online handle, evilgreenmonkey. His team now work with brands including British Airways, Bwin and O2, making them market leaders in search. In 2011, Google prevented website owners from seeing which keywords were used by visitors to find their site. Five years after [not provided], we look at how the new Google Search Console API can be used to recover some of that [not provided] data. This session is technical, but thoroughly explained and you can download the slides here. And you can download the code here.